Based on the ARM926EJ™-S processor, the Atmel® | SMART SAM9N and SAM9CN embedded MPUs run at 400MHz and are the ideal devices for cost-sensitive industrial applications that require security ...
The Renesas RZ Family of high-end 32 and 64-bit Arm®-based microprocessors (MPUs) enables the solutions required for the smart society of the future. Through a variety of Arm Cortex®-A7, A9, A15, A53, ...
The SCT3268TD is a highly integrated, low power, high performance, Digital/Analog PMR/LMR baseband processor with an embedded vocoder and ARM 32-bit Cortex-M0 host microcontroller. The SCT3268TD is ...
The Mobile Processor that Accelerates Speed and Extends Battery Life Designed for mobiles, wearables and the IoT, Exynos enables richer user experiences with superb processing power, efficiency and connectivity.
Clock rate: 300, 600, 500 MHz
The convergence of low-power applications processors and high-performance microcontrollers is here. The i.MX RT Series is the industry’s first crossover processor, offering the highest performance ...
... efficiency of Cortex-A processors can provide significant advantages. ARM’s processors all share a commonly supported architecture and feature set, ensuring compatibility across the ...
... Qormino® is the smart, small and powerful packaged processing solution from Teledyne e2v. Combining NXP QorIQ® processors based on PowerPC or ARM, with RAM memory on Teledyne e2v’s custom substrates, ...
Dual Arm® Cortex®-A72, quad Cortex®-R5F, 8-port Ethernet and 4-port PCIe switches Jacinto™ 7 DRA829 processors, based on the Arm®v8 64-bit architecture, provide advanced system integration ...
... application with a multimedia processor. The WM8325 is designed to operate as a system PMIC supporting the ARM9™, ARM11™ and ARM Cortex-A™ processors, ...
Clock rate: 40 MHz
... CC3100 device is available in an easy-to-layout QFN package. The Wi-Fi network processor subsystem features a Wi-Fi Internet-on-a-Chip and contains an additional dedicated ARM MCU that completely offloads ...
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An ARM microprocessor is a core with 32-bit RISC architecture. The ARM company licenses it for integration into devices made by others. Those available as an integrated circuit are built around an ARM core with an ARM instruction set.Applications
Consuming very little power, ARM processors dominate embedded computing, especially in cellphones and tablets. The various types are designed to optimize running Java® code or for compatibility with certain versions of Linux®, Windows CE® or Windows 8® operating systems, in competition with PC microprocessors.Technologies
ARM cores have several pipeline levels. A second instruction set (Thumb) in the ARM7TDMI provides more compact 16-bit instruction coding. They can integrate hardwired calculating functions, as in a digital signal processor (DSP), graphics and specialized functions ensuring secure access to memory data.How to choose
Choice will depend on power consumption and the specific functions required for the applications to be developed.
- Low power consumption
- Compatible with embedded applications
- Compatible with multimedia
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